I (DeAnna) started cutting the boys hair when they were very little. Joshua went for his first cut during his first year of life. He screamed and cried through the whole experience. When I went for a second hair cut, I was asked not to bring him back due to the screaming and crying. I went to WalMart and purchased a clipper kit for kids that had a quiet motor and cut his hair at home. Jonah was stuck with at home cuts. David is a veteran and has had a particular way he likes his hair cut, so it wasn’t until we were almost ready to leave the USA in 2009 that I started cutting his hair.
While we were in the USA June – Nov 2012, I told the guys I wasn’t going to cut their hair. Jonah really enjoyed having his hair cut at a real place with styling gel. Joshua didn’t scream or cry. David was asked who normally cuts his hair. He responded that I normally do. She asked him if I had a license to cut hair.
I am pretty sure you don’t need a license to cut the hair of your own family. On the other hand, if there is a way an organization (like the professional haircutters union) can get a little extra, they will go for it. And David was always particular about his hair. I think he should let it grow like pop-pop did, don’t you?
I don’t think I’ll let me hair get that long. Even the boys wanted pop-pop to cut his.
Just thought I’d ask.
You’re a very hard worker, DeAnna. I hope you’re able to enjoy breaks of pleasure and pampering for yourself from time to time.